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stu666 01.02.2017 04:41 AM

Sonic 2017
 
!= Confirmed
#= probably will happen this year
?= I dreamed I dream

Sonic Youth:
Sonic Youth - Screaming Fields Of Sonic Love (DVD) #

Various Sonics:
V.A - The Hired Hands: A Tribute to Bruce Langhorne (featuring Lee and Steve)(Scissor Tail Records)(CD) ! February 24th

Lee Ranaldo / Thurston Moore - Split Single Series (Fuzz Club Rcords) ? - Not sure if this will ever be released now...

Swans - Where Does a Body End? (Interviews from Thurston & Lee)(DVD) March 2018

Kim:

Lee:
Lee Ranaldo & El Rayo - Electric Trim (LP,CD) !

Arnaud Maguet & Hifiklub "In Doubt Shadow Him!" a Drift about Lee Ranaldo
• 52mn movie DVD + 2xEP 10" ?

Steve:
Yasmine Hamdan - Al Jamilat (Crammed Discs) ! March 17th

Sun Kil Moon - Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood
(Caldo Verde Records) ! February 27th

Thurston:
Thurston Moore & Phil X. Milstein - Songs We Taught The Lord Volume I (Feeding Tube Records)(LP) ! February 10th

Thurston Moore & Phil X. Milstein - Songs We Taught The Lord Volume II (Feeding Tube Records)(LP) ! February 10th

We Sing a New Language: the Oral Discography of Thurston Moore by Nick Soulsby (Book) ! March 13th

Thurston Moore - Rock 'N' Roll Consciousness (Fiction) (LP,CD) ! April

Thurston Moore, David Toop & Tania Chen #

Thurston Moore - 7" !

halgreen 01.02.2017 02:35 PM

maybe that lee documentary + 2x10" will come out too...

Mortte Jousimo 01.03.2017 06:15 AM

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Originally Posted by halgreen
maybe that lee documentary + 2x10" will come out too...

Who knows? It´s a year late now...

stu666 01.14.2017 01:12 AM

New Thurston 7" coming...

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.man...s-12450610.amp

greenlight 01.14.2017 04:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stu666


is he also professor of music at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen?

Mortte Jousimo 01.19.2017 12:53 AM

This year looks sonically quite poor, no information will R`N`R Consciusness come in april, Lee´s Electric Trim´s postponet in may (not sure will it also coming ever), no information will Lee´s "In Doubt Shadow him" ever come. Nothing from Kim. No information from new SY archival records. Only some Thurston´s old recording coming from the shit label for sure.

To me it seems SY is really dead now and this world seems not need it´s music, it seems to love that dead plastic shit I hear everyday. This place is also really boring.

The Soup Nazi 01.19.2017 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Mortte Jousimo
This year looks sonically quite poor, no information will R`N`R Consciusness come in april, Lee´s Electric Trim´s postponet in may (not sure will it also coming ever), no information will Lee´s "In Doubt Shadow him" ever come. Nothing from Kim. No information from new SY archival records. Only some Thurston´s old recording coming from the shit label for sure.

To me it seems SY is really dead now and this world seems not need it´s music, it seems to love that dead plastic shit I hear everyday. This place is also really boring.


Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play...

halgreen 01.19.2017 07:59 PM

Right...what's so bad about Feeding Tube Records?

The Soup Nazi 01.19.2017 08:13 PM

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Originally Posted by halgreen
Right...what's so bad about Feeding Tube Records?


I love me some Feeding Tube Records! Their live/archival Mars LPs are classy and badass and bitchen! Also, I got a collection of covers of Syd Barrett's The Madcap Laughs from their store via Discogs and they were ultranice. By the way, unless they have someone else working there with the initials "B.C.", I guess it was Byron Coley himself who handled that transaction. Nice I tell ya!

halgreen 01.19.2017 08:19 PM

I agree...great releases. The idea of two LPs of thurston with the founder of the Velvet underground appreciation society actually excites me...

Moshe 01.20.2017 01:58 AM

http://www.crammed.be/index.php?id=37&rel_id=463

Mortte Jousimo 01.21.2017 07:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by halgreen
Right...what's so bad about Feeding Tube Records?

At least they don´t seem to know how to serve customers...just impolitely want me more money even they fucked up my order. I am not going to buy anything from them.

tesla69 01.21.2017 10:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Mortte Jousimo
At least they don´t seem to know how to serve customers...just impolitely want me more money even they fucked up my order. I am not going to buy anything from them.


I understand your annoyance, but you might want to give them a **little** room, people who put out music like this probably aren't corporate customer service experts. If they were mailing something to you out of the US postage can be very complicated (and unpredictably expensive). You can probably get most of their stuff through fusetron.

halgreen 01.21.2017 10:47 AM

It's also partially run by Byron coley. Punk rock og

Mortte Jousimo 01.21.2017 12:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tesla69
I understand your annoyance, but you might want to give them a **little** room, people who put out music like this probably aren't corporate customer service experts. If they were mailing something to you out of the US postage can be very complicated (and unpredictably expensive). You can probably get most of their stuff through fusetron.

Look, I have ordered albums all around the world and also from small labels, for example Drag City, Hydra Head Records, Burger records, Thrill Jockey. Also I have ordered lot from discogs, from record shops and from individuals. There has been only one dickhead in discogs, with all the others I haven´t got any problems. All other US small labels I have ordered have just done a great job. I understand there can be problems, but you don´t have to be rude if there are ones. They make me feel like I am junkie who is buying from the pusher his drug. I don´t care whatever art they will release, because I can have great stuff from the people who do their job properly.

Moshe 01.21.2017 02:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Moshe



Two releases featuring Steve:


Yasmine Hamdan

I¹m thrilled to announce the release of AL JAMILAT (The Beautiful Ones), my
second solo album that will be out on March 17 on Crammed Discs.

The first video off the album - directed by Elia Suleiman - will be released
next week!

#AlJamilat is the fruit of beautiful collaborations. I produced it alongside
UK producers Luke Smith and Leo Abrahams, and it was recorded with
contributions by NY musicians Steve Shelley and Shahzad Ismaily. Can¹t wait
for you to discover it! Y.H

===


Sun Kil Moon
Common As Light And Love Are Red Valleys Of Blood
Release Date: February 27, 2017
(Caldo Verde Records)


Recorded and mixed February through August 2016 in San Francisco and
Hoboken. Mark Kozelek with Steve Shelley on drums. The album will be
available digitally and on CD.

hipster_bebop_junkie 01.23.2017 09:12 PM

Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo provided interviews for an ambitious documentary on Swans, "Where Does a Body End?":
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...on-the-band-sw

http://wheredoesabodyend.com/

musicplatypus 01.24.2017 11:36 PM

I think this thread should not be entitled 'Sonic Youth 2017.' It is not -Sonic Youth-! It is mostly all of the (former? (grr. . . let us hope not!)) member's individual endeavors. I do not have the time or money to collect everything all of the band members do. I love all of them and used to try — books, limited releases, etc. — but it was all too exhausting.

I come to to this thread in hopes of finding Sonic Youth information, but is at times difficult to skim through what is actually Sonic Youth. It is just an opinion that they could/should be separated —— throw tomatoes and grab the hooked cane . . . now!

stu666 01.25.2017 01:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by musicplatypus
I think this thread should not be entitled 'Sonic Youth 2017.' It is not -Sonic Youth-! It is mostly all of the (former? (grr. . . let us hope not!)) member's individual endeavors. I do not have the time or money to collect everything all of the band members do. I love all of them and used to try — books, limited releases, etc. — but it was all too exhausting.

I come to to this thread in hopes of finding Sonic Youth information, but is at times difficult to skim through what is actually Sonic Youth. It is just an opinion that they could/should be separated —— throw tomatoes and grab the hooked cane . . . now!


This thread isn't called Sonic Youth 2017 it's Sonic 2017. It will include new releases/reissues from individual members and/or the band just as it always has done...

To make it easier for you though I shall try my best to keep the first post on this page updated so you will only need to check that for info on Sonic Youth.

Moshe 01.28.2017 09:32 AM

http://www.jsonline.com/story/entert...eets/97046508/

halgreen 01.28.2017 10:28 AM

iirc, there's a CD that came out maybe in the summer of 2015 with a recording Thurston made for that installation.

themawt71 01.30.2017 12:43 PM

looks like rnr consciousness in out april 28th from the quietus interview

musicplatypus 01.31.2017 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stu666
This thread isn't called Sonic Youth 2017 it's Sonic 2017. It will include new releases/reissues from individual members and/or the band just as it always has done...

To make it easier for you though I shall try my best to keep the first post on this page updated so you will only need to check that for info on Sonic Youth.


Thanks for the reply, Stu. I did not mean to sound ungrateful and certainly did not want to create more work for anyone; you do a lot for us Sonic fans! I honestly wish I had the funds and time to pursue all that they do. . .

halgreen 02.01.2017 11:09 AM

Anybody get one of those sick llama / t cassette yet? I ordered mines few weeks ago but still haven't received it. Does anyone know where fagtapesis based?

stu666 02.14.2017 02:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by halgreen
Anybody get one of those sick llama / t cassette yet? I ordered mines few weeks ago but still haven't received it. Does anyone know where fagtapesis based?


They haven't been sent out yet... I think Fag Tapes is based in Michigan

NickSoulsby 02.14.2017 04:22 AM

Spoke to the guy who runs Fag Tapes just over a week ago - he told me they were going to be sent by the middle of the month (packaging delivery had been holding them back.)

NickSoulsby 02.17.2017 06:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stu666
They haven't been sent out yet... I think Fag Tapes is based in Michigan


Received my copy of the Thurston Moore / Sick Llama release today.

stu666 02.17.2017 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NickSoulsby
Received my copy of the Thurston Moore / Sick Llama release today.


Same here! Looking forward to seeing how my recording sounds on the tape and what the cd is like...

latorami 02.22.2017 04:10 AM

Do you guys think it will help to use sick ass spells to try to get a SY reunion? I don't even believe in magick that much but it's worth it.

Anyways i'm pretty hyped för Lee's shit. He's always been my fav member, so it's cool that he's still out there, playing a shit load of shows and recording LPS

Moshe 02.28.2017 02:59 PM

Steve is playing on some of the songs on the new Land Of Talk album

http://www.stereogum.com/1927024/lan...r-lover/music/

hipster_bebop_junkie 03.09.2017 01:04 AM

Lee Ranaldo participates with a track on a compilation inspired by Jack Kerouac ("Esperanza: Songs From Jack Kerouac's Tristessa"):
https://reimaginemusic.bandcamp.com/...uacs-tristessa

greenlight 03.09.2017 01:57 AM

I am not sure if anyone mentioned Lee contributing to a compilation The Hired Hands: A Tribute To Bruce Langhorne

1. Paul Metzger – Opening
2. Lee Ranaldo – Harry And Hannah
3. Susan Alcorn – Hello Goodbye Hello
4. Steve Gunn – For Bruce
5. C Joynes – No Further
6. Loren Connors – Response to Windmill
7. Laura Ortman – Spring
8. Talk West – Riding Thru the Rain
9. Padang Food Tigers – Left Me For Harry
10. Tim Rutili – in the clearing when the deer comes and the kid tries to keep as still as possible
11. Nathan Bowles – Windmill
12. Scott Tuma – Song in B
13. James Jackson Toth – Stumpranchers
14. Greg Anton – Three Balls Blues
15. Tom Carter – Spring
16. Alan Licht & Steve Shelley – Ending
17. House and Land – Ocarine
18. Wes Tirey – Horsedreamer
19. Chris Corsano – For Bruce Langhorne
20. John Fahey – Red Cross, Disciple Of Christ Today
21. Eugene Chadbourne – Graveyard (Dead Girl)
22. White Out – Another Windmill
23. Daniel Bachman – The Sound of the Sun
24. Nathan McLaughlin – Dust Clouds for Bruce
25. Matthew De Gennaro – The Payador’s Dream
26. Marc Edwards – Riding Thru The Rain (Response)
27. Elliott Sharp – Eon Blur Changer
28. Dylan Golden Aycock – Three Teeth
29. Andrew Burnes – Arch Leaves
30. Boxhead Ensemble – The Eleventh Hour
31. Lake Mary – In The Garden (No Further Need)
32. Chuck Johnson – Mastic

https://scissortail.bandcamp.com/alb...ruce-langhorne

Chris Lawrence 03.09.2017 03:42 AM

Check out track 16, too!

greenlight 03.09.2017 06:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chris Lawrence
Check out track 16, too!


uppps. sorry and I knew about it!!

The Soup Nazi 03.09.2017 11:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by greenlight
I am not sure if anyone mentioned Lee contributing to a compilation The Hired Hands: A Tribute To Bruce Langhorne


http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/sho...01&postcount=1

http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/sho...#post1 335527

Moshe 03.12.2017 03:23 AM

Kim Rancourt -"Plum Plum" out in May on Clown Heroes Records. The album features Steve Shelley, Don Fleming, Gary Lucas and Joe Bouchard.

stu666 03.14.2017 02:18 AM

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...film-by-beth-b

Right now, we need to raise at least $50,000 to film Lydia on tour with her band, RETROVIRUS, performing her spoken word as well as interviewing pivotal people in Lydia’s life.

Weasel Walter
Thurston Moore
Ron Athey
Jim Sclavunos
Donita Sparks
JG Thirlwell
Jerry Stahl

hipster_bebop_junkie 03.17.2017 09:43 PM

Lee Ranaldo participates as an interviewee on Jason Murray's book, "A Distorted Revolution: How Eric's Trip Changed Music, Moncton and Me", due to be released on May 30th, 2017:
https://www.amazon.ca/Distorted-Revo.../dp/1771084936

The Soup Nazi 03.17.2017 10:23 PM

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Originally Posted by hipster_bebop_junkie
Lee Ranaldo participates as an interviewee on Jason Murray's book, "A Distorted Revolution: How Eric's Trip Changed Music, Moncton and Me", due to be released on May 30th, 2017:
https://www.amazon.ca/Distorted-Revo.../dp/1771084936


Interesting. I remember that, asked about them many moons ago, Lee said, "They're OK...", which didn't exactly seem like much of a praise. Maybe Chris Lawrence can help us find that interview — we still should be able to read it if the URL http://sonicyouth.com/dotsonics/lee/index.html didn't mercilessly redirect us to http://www.sonicyouth.com/symu/lee/ ;)

Moshe 03.20.2017 09:09 AM

https://safetymeeting.bandcamp.com/a...-project-robot


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